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First, you need to consult with someone who understands the complexity of the app that you request it. This person can be your friends who have background in CS or IT. Usually, people usually hire some freelancer or developer team and you pay it hourly. Once finished, you can just ask those team ...

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You can hire app development freelancers from www.odesk.com and www.elance.com. I am an app developer myself, and I got profiles on both of these networks, a link is given below: https://www.odesk.com/users/~012d73aa92fad47188 Please feel free to get in touch to discuss ideas and clarify any con...

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Just scale up your PPC campaign to get more users. If your PPC campaign isn't pulling a profit for you, then you are doing it wrong.

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There is an old phrase "you get what you pay for." If your app is simple and you expect someone >20 hours to complete this app, then yes, you can find a dev to do build this app. But it's more than likely that your application will take some effort, if you need guidance, give me a call. I know ...

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If I understood correctly, you are planning to create the app for free in exchange for percentages/shares in the business/startup? If so, the best option would be to partner with accelerators/incubators and other organizations that work with startups who have good ideas. I personally work with hu...

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There's usually a few downsides to developing with any kind of cross-platform solution. 1. You won't be writing apps in their native languages (ie. objective-c for iOS and java for Android). Instead, with Corona, you'll be writing your apps in Lua, which is a scripting language. 2. A lot of tim...

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As the host of 'The App Guy Podcast', I can introduce you to a few good developers ranging from inexpensive locations to $100 per hour top rates. As a quick guess, this type of app will start from $900 using a cross platform solution (Like Titanium Studio) to $5000 for Objective-C apps written on...

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Tehcnically speaking the only qualification is the type of development you need. However, if you referring to guideline son how to find and assess good outsourcing partners, you should keep in mind: - speed/quality of communication - previous work - payment/delivery terms satisfy your needs More...

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Don't Outsource. Period. While there are big drawbacks with outsourcing related to building internal expertise the real reason I would never outsource at your stage is the need for speed and flexibility. Per your description, you are an early stage start-up with a MVP that is gathering data....

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